Items where Kingston Author is "Scott, Kate"

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Scott, Kate (2022) Relevance, imagined audiences, and third-party utterances. In: Tenth International Symposium on Intercultural, Cognitive and Social Pragmatics (EPICS X); 23-25 May 2022, Seville, Spain. (In Press)

Scott, Kate (2022) The pragmatics of clickbait headlines : relevance and the information gap. In: International Workshop : The Pragmatics of Headlines; 10-11 Mar 2022, Mainz, Germany. (In Press)

Scott, Kate (2022) Pragmatics online. Routledge. 192p. (Language and Digital Media) ISBN 9781138368590 (In Press)

Scott, Kate (2021) The pragmatics of rebroadcasting content on Twitter : how is retweeting relevant? In: Cognitive Sciences Seminar; 04 Nov 2021, Held online. (Unpublished)

Scott, Kate (2021) The pragmatics of rebroadcasting content on Twitter : how is retweeting relevant? Journal of Pragmatics, 184, pp. 52-60. ISSN (print) 0378-2166

Scott, Kate (2021) Relevance and communication design. In: Relevance Researchers Network Seminar; 27 Oct 2021, Held online. (Unpublished)

Scott, Kate (2021) You won't believe what's in this paper! Clickbait, relevance, and the curiosity gap. Journal of Pragmatics, 175, pp. 53-66. ISSN (print) 0378-2166

Scott, Kate (2021) Contrastive stress in English : meaning, expectations and ostension. In: Ifantidou, Elly , de Saussure, Louis and Wharton, Tim, (eds.) Beyond meaning. Amsterdam, Netherlands : John Benjamins. pp. 29-41. (Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, (324)) ISBN 9789027209269

Scott, Kate (2021) Memes as multimodal metaphors : a relevance theory analysis. Pragmatics and Cognition, 28(2), pp. 277-298. ISSN (print) 0929-0907

Scott, Kate (2020) Referring expressions, pragmatics, and style : reference and beyond. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. 198p. ISSN (print) 9781107177574

Scott, Kate and Jackson, Rebecca (2020) When EVERYTHING STANDS OUT, nothing does : typography, expectations and procedures. In: Piskorska, Agnieszka, (ed.) Relevance theory, figuration and continuity in pragmatics. Amsterdam, The Netherlands : John Benjamins Publishing. pp. 167-192. (Figurative Thought and Language, (8)) ISSN (print) 2405-6944 ISBN 9789027205544

Scott, Kate (2019) Misleading and relevance in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. In: Chapman, Siobhan and Clark, Billy, (eds.) Pragmatics and Literature. Amsterdam, The Netherlands : John Benjamins. pp. 94-114. (Linguistic Approaches to Literature, (35)) ISSN (print) 1569-3112 ISBN 9789027204448 (In Press)

Scott, Kate , Clark, Billy and Carston, Robyn, eds. (2019) Relevance, pragmatics and interpretation. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. 326p. ISBN 9781108418638

Scott, Kate (2019) You won’t believe what’s in this paper! The pragmatics of clickbait. In: Approaches to Digital Discourse Analysis - ADDA 2; 23 - 25 May 2019, Turku, Finland. (Unpublished)

Scott, Kate (2019) Relevance theory and layering in dramatic works. In: Pragmatics and literature : a study day at the University of Sussex; 22 Feb 2019, Brighton, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Carston, Robyn, Clark, Billy and Scott, Kate (2019) Introduction. In: Scott, Kate , Clark, Billy and Carston, Robyn, (eds.) Relevance, Pragmatics and Interpretation. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. pp. 1-10. ISBN 9781108418638

Scott, Kate (2018) "The popular orange vegetables" : culture, context and definite descriptions. In: 8th International Symposium on Intercultural, Cognitive and Social Pragmatics (EPICS VIII) : "Communication, Culture and Cognition"; 02 - 04 May 2018, Seville, Spain. (Unpublished)

Scott, Kate (2018) "Hashtags work everywhere" : the pragmatic functions of spoken hashtags. Discourse, Context & Media, 22, pp. 57-64. ISSN (print) 2211-6958

Scott, Kate [Reviewer] (2018) Book Review of: 'Relevance theory : recent developments, current challenges and future directions' by M. Padilla Cruz (ed.). Journal of Pragmatics, 123, pp. 113-115. ISSN (print) 0378-2166

Scott, Kate and Jackson, Rebecca (2017) When EVERYTHING STANDS OUT nothing does : typography, expectations and procedures. In: Beyond Meaning : International Conference; 13 - 15 Sep 2017, Athens, Greece. (Unpublished)

Scott, Kate (2017) Ostension, expectations and non-encoded meaning. In: Beyond Meaning : International Conference; 13 - 15 Sep 2017, Athens, Greece. (Unpublished)

Scott, Kate (2017) Prosody, procedures and pragmatics. In: Depraetere, Ilse and Salkie, Raphael, (eds.) Semantics and pragmatics : drawing a line. Berlin, Germany : Springer International Publishing. pp. 323-341. (Logic, Argumentation & Reasoning, (11)) ISBN 9783319322452

Scott, Kate (2016) Lies, misleading and the role of inference in Twelfth Night : a relevance-theoretic analysis. In: PALA 2016 : In/Authentic Styles : Language, Discourse and Contexts; 27 - 30 Jul 2016, Cagliari, Italy. (Unpublished)

Scott, Kate (2016) Pronouns and procedures : reference and beyond. Lingua, 175-6, pp. 69-82. ISSN (print) 0024-3841

Scott, Kate (2015) The pragmatics of hashtags : inference and conversational style on Twitter. Journal of Pragmatics, 81, pp. 8-20. ISSN (print) 0378-2166

Scott, Kate (2013) Pragmatically motivated null subjects in English: A relevance theory perspective. Journal of Pragmatics, 53, pp. 68-83. ISSN (print) 0378-2166

Scott, Kate (2013) This and that: a procedural analysis. Lingua, 131, pp. 49-65. ISSN (print) 0024-3841

Scott, Kate (2011) Beyond Reference: Concepts, Procedures and Referring Expressions. In: Escandell-Vidal, Victoria , Leonetti, Manuel and Ahern, Aoife, (eds.) Procedural Meaning: Problems and Perspectives. Bingley, U.K. : Emerald Group Publishing Limited. pp. 183-203. (Current Research in the Semantics/Pragmatics Interface, 25(25)) ISSN (print) 1472-7870 ISBN 9780857240934

Scott, Kate (2010) The relevance of referring expressions: the case of diary drop in English. (PhD thesis), University College London, .

Scott, Kate (2009) A procedural analysis of 'This' and 'That'. UCL Working Papers in Linguistics, 21, pp. 151-181. ISSN (print) 0956-7194

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